Science Needs Control!



  • Ingo R Keck Moringa Science Publishing
  • Salua Nassabay
  • Karla Franz-Baumann


How do you start a research career? You repeat the experiments of famous thinkers before you. Thousands of future scientists have been motivated in this way already at school.

At university this process continues. Reproducing the work of others, one gets a better understanding of what they have done and one begins to appreciate their effort. Even as fully educated scientists, an important part of their work is still to replicate already published experiments by others to get acquainted with new topics.

These repetitions of experiments have an even more important aspect. They control and secure the results of scientific studies. It is a pity that this important work is currently not valued. It has to be published!